Torque Converter Rebuilding Systems (TCRS) are the choice of converter rebuilders worldwide for one reason, quality. The TCRS® system has been proven on more than 8-million torque converters and is in use at the big three automakers Ford®, General Motors®, and Daimler Chrysler®. TCRS® sets the industry standard for precision alignment and is the only system available with all the tools to do the job right, with repeatability and precision within .001 of an inch. TCRS representatives will not only help you select the correct equipment for your rebuilding goals, but also consult on the floor plan and staffing needs to make money rebuilding your own converters. Every situation is different, but as a general rule, if you’re purchasing six or more converters a day from an outside source an in-house converter rebuilding program from TCRS will save you money.

TCRS will provide a complete “turn-key” system including support equipment such as workbenches and parts carts to satisfy the demands of the highest volume rebuilders. Or, you can consult a TCRS representative to select a strategic set of equipment if your rebuild volumes do not require such an automated process.

  • Automotive Transmission

    TCRS Single Gun Torque Converter Welder

    The TCRS Single Gun Torque Converter Welder features a 74 series wire feeder, and a […]

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  • TCRS Dual Gun Torque Converter Welder

    At the core of the high-production torque converter system is the TCRS Auto Weld Aligners. […]

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  • TCRS Torque Converter Balancer

    The TCRS Torque Converter Balancer is capable of providing repeatable, as well as extremely accurate […]

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  • TCRS Piston Bonder

    The TCRS® piston bonder has a massive capacity to accommodate the increasingly larger pistons and […]

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  • TCRS Air Test Stand

    The TCRS Air Test Stand locates leaks in seconds. It pressurizes the converter with air […]

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  • SuperFlow Accessories

    Face Plate

    The face plate assists in opening the converters due to its direct attachment to the spindle of the […]

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